One of the reasons The Penguin had survived so long in the dark criminal underworld is because he was a cautious man. Fools like The Joker and Bane, they wanted to prove a point to Gotham too fast. It was what got them killed. The Penguin had been working from the shadows for nearly two decades, orchestrating small crimes and causing mischief to the town’s elite in ways that he would never be caught.
Now, he wanted his presence to be known, and in one fell swoop Gotham would be his. Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (SIXTEEN)
The Rise of Skywalker is the finale of the Skywalker saga and J.J Abrams is going all out by bringing back some fan-favorites to grace his film. The latest character confirmed to return to a galaxy far, far away is rebel pilot, Wedge Antilles.
Wedge is the only rebel character to appear in all three Original Trilogy films, making him one of the greatest heroes in the franchise.
Apparently, he’s come back to the forefront to save the day alongside the Resistance and I can’t help being legitimately excited to see this movie. The Rise of Skywalker is sure to be a fun ride for Star Wars fans of all ages.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a fantastic day. May the Force be with you.
Before a movie comes out I always like to predict what’s going to happen in a film and I’m so GLAD I ran across this post I wrote back in May of last year. It’s kind of fascinating and that’s why I wanted to share it with you for this week’s Throwback Friday. Enjoy!
As I’m sure you all know by now-
(If you don’t know then discontinue reading this NOW because there are MAJOR spoilers ahead.)
-a lot of people died in Avengers: Infinity War. I mean, a LOT! So many in fact that it’s kind of obvious that they’ll be brought back in the next Avengers film but here’s the question: How can they be brought back from the dead to return to fight Thanos in a last battle worthy of this Avengers finale? Well, that’s what I’m here to theorize and I hope you enjoy. 🙂 Continue reading Throwback Friday: Here Are the Ways the Dead Heroes in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Can Return in ‘Avengers 4’
The Millennium Falcon, it’s the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. The ship that captivated the eyes of millions of viewers since 1977, the Millennium Falcon is a beloved vessel. When one thinks of iconic vessels in science-fiction you may be easily drawn to say the Nostramo or the USS Enterprise but the Millennium Falcon will always be a part of that conversation because it is so iconic.
This year may be the last time we ever get to see this dazzling hunk of junk on the big screen, which is truly a depressing thought, but I’m sure J.J Abrams will deliver a fascinating action scene that’ll highlight the Millennium Falcon in the best way possible.
Today, I want to celebrate this incredible ship by highlighting its three best action scenes. Enjoy! Continue reading The Three Greatest Millennium Falcon Action Scenes in ‘Star Wars’